Shekhar Borkar, director of Intel’s Microprocessor Technology Lab, will present a talk during the 48th Design Automation Conference (DAC) titled, “Truths and Myths of Embedded Computing,” as part of the IEEE Council on Electronic Design Automation (CEDA) Distinguished Speaker Series.
The talk will be held over lunch on Tuesday (June 7th) from noon-2pm in room 25AB in the convention center. It is open to all DAC attendees on a first-come first-served basis (the one last year by Steve Teig, CTO of Tabula was over-subscribed so don't expect you can just show up at the last minute and get in).
During the talk Shekhar will define the scope of embedded computing, compare it to general purpose computing and challenge the myths that float around about it. He will then discuss challenges in architecture and design of future embedded computers.
The press release from CEDA is here.